Once a year the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) puts out a list of some of the best financial websites. I look forward to finding new ones too and I hope you’ll find a few useful.
Great Financial Websites
MyMoney.gov – financial planning site full of useful tools covering most aspects of personal finance.
FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data) – investors can find current data and analyses on economic climate and indicators.
SEC EDGAR (www.sec.gov/edgar) – stock investors should know the importance of reading a company’s 10-K form. It is full of information that isn’t easy to find elsewhere.
LIFE (Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education) www.lifehappens.org – a great site to learn about life, disability, long-term care and health insurance. Includes consumer guides that can really help you avoid mistakes when buying insurance.
The Economist (www.economist.com) – if you like to scroll headlines and keep up with international news and view points, it’s a great site. I value the global perspective and hardly miss a day visiting.
Investopedia – financial literacy made easy through use of different levels. Something for everyone and very comprehensive.
If you have a favorite of your own, let me know.
Until next week,
Susan R. Linkous
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